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Chapter II Exchange Rate Fluctuation and Economic Response in the Real Sector(共著)

権利 Copyrights 日本貿易振興機構(ジェトロ)アジア

経済研究所 / Institute of Developing

Economies, Japan External Trade Organization (IDE‑JETRO) http://www.ide.go.jp

シリーズタイトル(英 )

IDE Spot Survey

シリーズ番号 4

journal or

publication title

Exchange Rate Fluctuations and Asian Responses

‑ Growth Strategy in the Age of Global Money‑

page range [6]‑18

year 1996

URL http://hdl.handle.net/2344/00010480

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